Recent Examples of enslave from the Web
While Jews are no longer enslaved, there are other injustices that ought to be considered and reflected upon during Passover, Caplan said.
Humanity is not literally enslaved in Ready Player One, but its humans might be better off to be blissfully trapped in the Matrix.
White people enslaved black people on this land before the United States was even a country.
Some American Indians were also indentured, while others were enslaved.
The Spanish enslaved Africans and, before that, indigenous Taino people -- who gave Maunabo its name -- to work in that industry.
This year marks the 200th birth anniversary of Frederick Douglass, the American abolitionist, statesman, orator and ambassador born enslaved on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Congo Square was where enslaved Africans and people of color were allowed to gather on Sundays.
This time, sword-wielding superhero Dani O’Malley is battling to save a postapocalyptic Dublin from a terrifying evil determined to enslave the human race.
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Definition of enslave for English Language Learners
: to make (someone) a slave
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